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TO THE CONTRARY

Flex Time; TV War for Women; Young Female Voters

  • Aired: 10/24/2014
  • 25:39
  • Rating: NR
Flex Time: Research shows that a majority of men have a flexible work schedules, but they do not do more house or childcare. Political Ads: Conservatives like Mitch McConnell attempt to gain votes from women. Young Female Voters: Both parties realize how important the young, unmarried women's vote will be. PANEL: Karin Agness; Avis Jones-DeWeever; Danielle Moodie-Mills; Rina Shah
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Men get flexible work schedules, political ads woo women, and millennial voters
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